Educational Benefits of Lunch Box Game:
- Promotes Imaginative Play
- Encourages Observational Skills
- Encourages Discussion
- Develops Personal and Social Skills
- Enhances Matching and Memory Skills
Contents: The game includes 4 jigged boards and 24 item cards.
Objective: The goal is to be the first player to collect all the healthy items in their lunch box.
How to Play:
Each player assembles their lunch box by combining two halves. The healthy food item cards are placed face-down on the table.
The youngest player starts by flipping over a card.
If the item on the card matches what’s in the player’s lunch box, they place the card on their board. If not, they must show it to the other players and then return it to the table, face-down.
Play passes to the left.
The game continues until one player successfully collects all the items in their lunch box.
The Winner: The winner is the first player to collect all the healthy items in their lunch box.
Recommended for ages 3-7 and designed for 2-4 players.
Please note that this game contains small parts and is not suitable for children under three years old, so it should be kept out of their reach.